The decision casts new light on a review process that government officials say is rigorous and weighted toward disclosure but some critics contend is subject to manipulation.
A year-old program to deploy mobile devices that can access classified information has gained steam, said Jack Wilmer, a Defense Information Systems Agency official.
The future of mobility lies in finding the right ways to update mobile apps securely without impeding their main selling point: speed.
The draft policy, the third in a set of category management directives, directs agencies to report all mobile service use and pricing data to a central system.
The Census Bureau's ambitious modernization plan aims to save $5 billion, but the Postal Service appears worried about losing revenue from delivering fewer paper questionnaires.
DISA looks to single service provider for mobile device management.
A bill backed by Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.) looks to free up more government spectrum for mobile broadband.
The Electronic Warfare Executive Committee seeks to translate experimentation into actual capabilities being deployed.
The DHS inspector general said the Secret Service's outdated radio systems could affect its ability to protect the president and other high-ranking national officials.
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